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Re: primary art and computers

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Michael Keller (keller)
Fri, 24 Jul 1998 21:57:34 -0400


That may have been true ten years ago, but that was also when "computer art"
looked like it was made on the computer. Sort of like the early days of the
synthesizer. Now it's more valuable if the art looks like it's done by a
human.

katie allen wrote:

> I was talking to an artist who uses computer programs to create
> artworks, he said that the real 'cutting edge' computer artists are the
> one's that program the computer to do the artwork rather than the ones
> who just use the ready made tools on the readymade program. What do you
> think of this?

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Michael Keller
Old and New Media